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      Boston Calling Music Festival - Passion Pit, Kendrick Lamar, Major Lazer, Wolfgang Gartner in Boston

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      September 8, 2013

      Sunday  12:00 PM

      1 City Hall Plaza
      Boston, Massachusetts 02201

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      Boston Calling Music Festival - Passion Pit, Kendrick Lamar, Major Lazer, Wolfgang Gartner

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      Boston Calling Music Festival




      After closing out its first two-day festival today with enormous success, and to a sold out crowd, Boston Calling,announces a second edition, which will take place just a few months from now, September 7 and 8, 2013, at the city’s historic City Hall Plaza [One City Hall Square, Boston, Massachusetts].

      Just before headliner The National played an unforgettable set on the MainStage, Boston Calling further amped up fans by announcing that it will return to City Hall Plaza in September with Vampire Weekend and Passion Pit headlining. Boston Calling is produced by Crash Line Productions in partnership with Bowery Presents. Early bird tickets will go on sale Friday May 31, 2013 at10AM EST at www.bostoncalling.com, www.ticketmaster.com, and with no service fees at The Sinclair and Royale box offices (52 Church Street, Cambridge, MA; 279 Tremont Street Boston).

      September nails the festival offerings with its diversity of 18 live performances, which, as with the hit May 2013 line-up, were co-curated by Aaron Dessner, acclaimed songwriter and multi-instrumentalist of The National. The festival will be headlined by Vampire Weekend, whose album, Modern Vampires of the City, is currently topping the charts, and the internationally acclaimed yet locally originated Passion Pit guarantees a dance party. Further daring fans not to dance, are Flosstradamus, Major Lazer and Boston’s Bearstronaut. Meanwhile Local Natives, The Gaslight Anthem, TheAirborne Toxic Event, and Providence’s Deer Tick offer plenty of reasons to rock out, and two of the country’s leading hip-hop and r&b artists,Kendrick Lamar and Solange will no doubt seduce fans.

      “There was no better time for us to announce Boston Calling’s September return than when we could share it with the fans of our very first festival,”says Crash Line Co-Founder Brian Appel, “we’re so appreciative of and motivated by all of the support we have received from fans, artists and the city. It’s an honor to bring Boston Calling back to our city.” Speaking to the lineup, CrashLine Co-Founder Mike Snow adds, “we love the diversity, energy, and innovationof the September bill, it feels like one big, post-summer Boston party.”

      Perched on a hill in Downtown Boston and with the city’s skyscrapers encircling its grounds, Boston Calling’s locale at City Hall Plaza will offer the ideal urban festival vibe. As with May 2013’s festival, producers will enhance this environment with two performance stages, two beer gardens, a food pavilion comprised of food trucks and local food vendors, and world-class lighting and design by locally based Party by Design. Boston Calling will also feature a VIP component whereby VIP ticket holders will have access to City Hall Courtyard, a25,000 square foot, second-floor Mezzanine offering prime views of the mainstage as well as specially curated menus and luxurious amenities.

      Boston Calling’s September 2013 line-up is as follows: Vampire Weekend, PassionPit, Kendrick Lamar, Local Natives, Major Lazer, the Gaslight Anthem, theAirborne Toxic Event, Wolfgang Gartner, Solange, Bat For Lashes, Flosstradamus,Deer Tick, Okkervil River, Flume, Lucius, Big Black Delta, You Won’t and Bearstronaut.

      Boston Calling Tickets: Early Bird Weekend Passes for both General Admission and VIP will go on sale Friday May 31, 2013 at 10AM EST. General AdmissionEarly Bird Weekend Passes are $120 and VIP Early Bird Weekend Passes are $325. An early bird code will be released by Friday May 31, 2013 onwww.bostoncalling.com. Tickets are available via www.bostoncalling.com, www.ticketmaster.com, and with no service fees at The Sinclair and Royale box offices (52 Church Street, Cambridge, MA; 279 Tremont Street Boston, MA).

      For more details about Boston Calling, please visit www.bostoncalling.comonline and follow Boston Calling on Twitter, @Boston_Calling, and Facebook www.faceboook.com/BostonCalling.A portion of all proceeds from Boston Calling will go to the Music TherapyProgram at Boston Children’s Hospital – the program helps patients cope duringtheir hospitalization by bringing the joy of music to their bedsides.

      Crash Line Productions is a full-service music and entertainment production company. Formed in the Fall of 2012 by Brian Appel and Mike Snow, CrashLine sees the two executives drawing from their extensive backgrounds in the music and event industry.

      City Hall Plaza is located at One City Hall Square in downtown Boston. The festival is accessible via the city’s T via the Park Street stop on the RedLine, the State Street stop on the Orange or Blue line or the Government Center stop on the Green line. The 92 and 93 buses also stop outside of CityHall Plaza on Congress Street.

      Cost: 75.00 to 350.00

      Categories: Concerts & Tour Dates | Festivals

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